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Web Accessibility: Issues, Detection, Evaluation, Demonstration, and Resolution

Workshop scheduled at 1:00-4:00 in Room 3 (Ski-U-Mah)

Learn about, observe and gain experience with tools and techniques for conducting a Web accessibility evaluation. Experience Web accessibility barriers as they are encountered by a screen reader, and learn how to resolve them.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Process, tools, and techniques for Web accessibility evaluation (9 words)
  2. Practice using tools and techniques to identify Web accessibility issues (10 words)
  3. Learn coding practices for fixing or avoiding common Web accessibility issues.

Attendee Skill Level: Familiarity with basic HTML and CSS coding.

Presented By

Phil Kragnes

Philip M Kragnes has served as the Adaptive Technology Specialist for the University of Minnesota since october 1998. He manages the Computer Accommodations Program (CAP) — a partnership of the Office of Information Technology (OIT) and the Disability Resource Center (DRC). The program exists to ensure access to information and Information Technology for university students, faculty, staff, guests and visitors with disabilities and medical conditions.

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